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"There's always been a line over which no president would cross with respect to the distinction between the public and private sectors. Obama has crossed that line."
"GM's not going to be working with the government. They're going to be taking orders from the government. It's what happens when you run around with your hand out and take freebies, loans, whatever. You become obligated."
"I cringe when I see so many people mindlessly, blamelessly, turn off the lights for a meaningless, symbolic act that will change nothing other than empower the people who want to usurp our freedom and liberty."
"Obama is taking 500-plus people on his trip to the G20. Out of 500 people, 200 of them are Secret Service and other security. But 500-plus people, that's a little excessive, I am told, from what previous presidents took with them on international trips like this."
"One of the things that I value most is my personal liberty and freedom, enshrined by our founding documents, Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States."
"Angela Merkel of Germany said to Gordon Brown she's not raising taxes and we're not going to commit to a whole bunch of new spending around the world on some global New Deal. Our partners in Europe are well aware of the problems of spending and spending and spending money that you don't have."
"Obama can go anywhere he wants and all he's gotta do is tell the peasants with the pitchforks he's 'fighting for them.'"
"I don't think Obama wants to save the auto industry; I think he wants it changed, I think he wants to take it over. He wants to refocus it. He wants it to become another industry doing his bidding, same thing with the financial industry and so forth."
"In some places going dark for an hour and then firing everything back up actually increased the output of CO2, the carbon footprint, because the surge in powering back up at 9:30 after this thing wiped out any gain -- and even the organizers know it's just symbolism."
"They're going to raise taxes on all these people -- dramatically, 31% in New York State -- who earn over $500,000 a year. At the same time, the Obama administration is moving directly against one of the industries that pays people that much to limit their bonuses, to limit their salaries, to limit how much they can be paid, and to limit how they can run their businesses."